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1. Perfect; exemplary: put the room in apple-pie order.
2. often apple pie Of, relating to, or marked by values regarded as distinctively American: "Family, neighborhood, community are apple pie virtues, unassailable and unavoidable in political rhetoric" (Ronald Brownstein).
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pertaining to or embodying traditional American values: the apple-pie fun of family get-togethers.
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apple-pie[ˈæplˈpaɪ] ADJ in apple-pie order → en perfecto orden
to make sb an apple-pie bed (Brit) → hacerle la petaca a algn
see also apple
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